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Mr. Toad's Mad Adventures

Vera  Morris

Here is a delightful new version of Kenneth Grahame's always popular The Wind in the Willows. Toad of Toad Hall is an eccentric but likable chap given to "crazes." His latest craze involves motorcars. Unfortunately, he smashes them up as fast as he gets them. He even steals one for a wild ride over the countryside. Naturally, this gets him into a great deal of trouble. His dear friends Badger, Rat and Mole do their best to help, but their efforts aren't enough, and Toad ends up in prison... after an uproarious courtroom scene. His imprisonment couldn't please his enemies, the weasels, more. They quickly take over Toad Hall and trash the place. Meanwhile, the jailer's daughter, Polly, thinks Toad is an exceptional fellow and helps him escape dressed as a washerwoman! On his way back home, he has a wild adventure with a barge owner who is horrified to discover the washerwoman is actually a toad. When Toad finally meets up with his friends again, they devise a clever scheme to recapture Toad Hall from the weasels in another wild scene. This enchanting adaptation has been written specifically for simple production, with an extremely flexible cast and many wonderful, small roles. Once you meet mad Mr. Toad, you and your audience will never forget him. (A different adaptation of this fairy tale is available as a musical.)

Play Details:
Genre(s): Childrens
Time Period(s): Not Available
Play Type: Play
Runtime: 60 minutes
Acts: Not Available
Set Complexity: Not Available
Set Information: Not Available
Year First Published: Not Available
Total Characters: 30
Male Characters: Not Available
Female Characters: Not Available
Androgynous Characters:30
Minimum Cast: Not Available
Maximum Cast: Not Available
Cost: $4.75 Per Script ($35 Royalty Per Performance)
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Publisher: Pioneer Drama Service
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ISBN: Not Available

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